In Lesson 3 of Oprah's Lifeclass, she talks about how important it is to believe in yourself no matter what. She talks to several guests that include J.K. Rowling, Jim Carrey and Ralph Lauren about how an individual's beliefs can affect them reaching their dreams and what they are able to achieve in their life.moreless
In this episode well known comedian Ellen DeGeneres is featured. Part of an interview is shown of Ellen on the Oprah show right after she revealed she was a lesbian to the public. Oprah talks about how Ellen can be seen as an example of how once you stop lying about your life and who you are, good can come out of it.moreless
This episode highlights the life and career of Lady Gaga. Viewers get to take a look at the set back that was devastating to Lady Gaga's career at the time, but actually helped her discover what her calling was and became what she needed to break into the music business and become the success she is today.moreless
Oprah talks to several guests including Bo Derek, Beverly Johnson and Cybill Shepherd about their experiences of being of an older age and a figure in the spotlight. Oprah also talks about her own experiences of being older in Hollywood as well as her personal thoughts on aging and success.
Oprah uses takes to heart the words that Maya Angelou once told her "When you know better, you do better" and highlights stories that are impactful and insightful during this episode. This includes guests that were once skinheads, but have learned from their mistakes and highlights what they are doing now with their life.moreless
In this episode Oprah show parts of her past interviews with such guests as Paula Deen and Dr. Jill Bolte-Taylor. She uses these episodes to show viewers that individuals are responsible for their own lives no matter how many obstacles they face in order to reach their dreams and be successful.moreless
Oprah talks about how the flash mob dance she had to kick off her 24th season with 20,000 individuals was the inspiration for "Joy Rising Fridays". She also shows highlights from her trip to South Africa for Christmas Kindness. Tom Cruise and Stevie Wonder have some surprises in store for some of their fans as well.moreless
In this episode Oprah features actress Tracey Gold and what she has learned through her struggles. She also shows parts of an interview that was conducted in 2009 with the University of California, Berkley police department officials Allison Jacobs and Lisa Campbell. Both of whom were huge contributers to helping solve the kidnapping case of Jaycee Dugard.moreless
Oprah Winfrey revisits clips from her past shows where her guests got a bit out of control. She starts with a family of twelve whose five sisters haven't spoken to one another in over twenty-five years. Each one is full of anger about things that happened during their childhood, and Oprah tires to bring the family back together.moreless
Oprah takes a look back at conversations she's had with both Dina McGreevey and Maya Angelou about affairs and relationship troubles. She also talks about an instance where Dr. Phil helped a couple deal with infidelity and trust issues that were tearing apart their relationship and threatening their wedding and future together.moreless
In this episode Oprah talks about how animals can teach humans about life and humility. She features an interview she conducted in 2006 with a dog named Faith who was deformed at birth and walks on her two hind legs. She talks about how Faith's determination can teach us all how to live and cope with the circumstances we've been handed.moreless
Australia and the Mariah Carey Moment from the show Oprah's Lifeclass is a remembrance of Oprah's Season 25 opener, airing October 28, 2011. Oprah shares fond memories with her daytime audience about the unique one-of-a-kind experience that her September 2010 Australia trip annoucement brought for those present in her studio, finding out that in December of 2010, she would take everyone in that September day's audience with her to the Aussie Land.moreless
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